After nearly a month of Brad Paisley “Leaking Moonshine,” the wait is finally over. You can go and get yourself a full trunk of Moonshine wherever music is sold. The fifteen song LP is Paisley’s best work in years. Witty lyrics, catchy choruses, and Paisley’s patented guitar solos make ‘Moonshine in the Trunk’ the best country album of the summer.
Lee Brice was a well known name around Nashville before he ever released a single. Brice made his name through writing songs for some of country music’s biggest names. However, in early 2009 he decided he’d release “Love Like Crazy”. That song went on to change his life. Now two album’s later Lee Brice is well known by all country fans. Songs like “A Woman Like You”, “I Drive Your Truck” and title track off of his third studio album “I Don’t Dance” have helped shape Brice’s reputation one of country’s best ballad singers. Now Brice releases his third album and hopes to expand his range similar to the way he did on his previous release.
Kenny Chesney will released his much anticipated album The Big Revival on September 23. After more than a year between releasing new music, Chesney took his time to ensure that he got this right. And did he ever. All eleven songs are good, something ever so rare in today’s country music. From the new single “Til It’s Gone” to “Wild Child” which features a guest appearance from Grace Potter The Big Revival is everything country music needs.
Jason Aldean released his newest studio album, Old Boots, New Dirt on Tuesday. The album, which features fifteen tracks including the smash hit “Burnin’ It Down” and current single “Sweet Little Somethin” offers classic Aldean tracks from start to finish. Diehard fans will argue that Aldean continues to progress as an artist, and doubters will knock the similar sound of many of the tracks. However, when the final chord fades out there’s no debate that Aldean has once again released a commercially successful album.
“Going all night chasing that desire, stars fire in her eyes like lighters, get a little higher, sippin’ on fire,” sings Brian Kelly and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line. The duo released the fifth track off of their upcoming album Anything Goes which is due out in a week on October 14. The track offers a different pace from last weeks’ release “Bumpin’ the Night.” The duo is back to their classic sound and that’s good news for their fans.